Mapping immigrants' lives in Europe
The online newspaper of the University of Oslo,UNIFORUM, presents EUMARGINS.
Around 20 researchers from 7 countries in Europe are investigating the factors that lead to exclusion and inclusion of young adult immigrants in Europe. EU allocates 12 million Norwegian Kroner to a project that is coordinated from the University of Oslo, and initiated and led by senior researcher Katrine Fangen. During 3 years, researchers from Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Spain, Italy, the United Kingdom and Estonia will be investigating issues of integration and exclusion in seven different cities. Amongst others, the project will compare how these processes vary according to socio-economic contexts, the migration histories of the countries as well as juridical and political differences.